DALLAS (ABP) -- In tight economic times, families should recognize making memories doesn’t mean breaking the bank, family ministry experts agree.
DALLAS (ABP) -- Getting a young family involved in missions might seem impossible, but there are several possibilities available to help children and parents serve the
WASHINGTON — The Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty is among several religious and civil-liberties groups objecting to proposed rules giving federal prisons more leeway to ban religious books that officials believe could incite violence or criminal behavior.
Though traditionally viewed as a Catholic rite, increasing numbers of Baptists are discovering the discipline of Lent.
The killing of senior pastor Fred Winters while he preached during the early service Sunday at First Baptist Church of Maryville, Ill., 20 miles northeast of St. Louis, was a terrible tragedy.
Using bags of groceries and crayons, 10 members of First Baptist Church, Lee's Summit, shared Christ's love in impoverished San Marcos, Guatemala.
MARYVILLE, Ill. (ABP) -- One week after its senior pastor was shot and killed while delivering a sermon, an Illinois church will welcome as its guest preacher March
President Obama’s first proposed budget signals a dramatic shift in prioritizing domestic poverty, centrist and liberal Christian leaders said.
Kirby Smith has his life back. After years of struggling with clinical depression – what he calls “a hell on earth” -- the Virginia Baptist pastor has discovered in both medical and psychological treatment a way to deal with his disease.
The Well Community in Dallas is seeking to be an avenue where mentally ill people can come to know the love of Christ. And the church hopes it can be a model for